When kitmen take crack
1. Thomas Zusczcak
OK, I will freely admit that I have to look Kuszczak up every time I write it, but even I know that the first letter is a K! Unfortunately, the Man Utd kitman didn’t ahead of an FA Cup tie with Crewe.
When Sporting Lisbon striker Liedson made his debut for the club, the shirt printers managed to put the S back to front and looking almost like a Z. When he scored in his first game, the newly-named striker decided to keep the Z for the rest of the season.
3. Chrystal Palace
The only club effort in our selection. Preparing for life in the Premier League, the Eagles took delivery of their new Diadora-supplied shirts from a Romanian factory only to later notice a spelling error on a logo at the bottom of the shirt had rendered them as Chrystal Palace.
10. John S’hea
Sadly, the Man Utd kitman seems to have gone on a mission to destroy any photographic evidence of the day he went crazy with John O’Shea’s name (if you have a photo, please let us know!) In the meantime, enjoy this photograph of O’Shea from the same match which suggests that Real Madrid’s sponsors were having an equally bad day. We think this one is just a quirk of fate.